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Side lvi - No Freeman shall be taken, or imprisoned, or be disseised of his Freehold, or Liberties, or free Customs, or be outlawed, or exiled, or any otherwise destroyed; nor will we pass upon him, nor condemn him, but by lawful Judgment of his Peers, or by the Law of the Land. We will sell to no man, we will not deny or defer to any man either Justice or Right.
Side xiv - The ratifications of the prefent preliminary articles fliall be expedited in good and due form, and exchanged in the fpace of one month, or fooner, if it can be done, to be computed from the day of the fignature of the prefent articles. In witnefs whereof, we the underwritten Minifters Plenipotentiary of his Britannic Majefty, and of his Catholic Majefty, by virtue of our refpeftive powers, have agreed upon and figned thefe preliminary articles, and have caufed the feals of our arms to be put thereon.
Side clv - ... moderate reform, as may hereafter be brought forward by the Friends of the People, which method is uncertain to us. Again, we find that the Friends of the People, and the Society for Constitutional Information, do not exactly agree ; we could be glad to know the reason.
Side xix - William Viscount Dudley, Peer of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Councillor of His Britannic Majesty in his Privy Council, and his Principal Secretary of State for the Department of Foreign Affairs : His Majesty the King of France and Navarre, the Prince Jules Count de...
Side cxxi - Society are directed to the acquirement of useful knowledge, and to spread the same as far as our endeavours and abilities can extend. We declare that we have derived more true knowledge from the two works of Mr. Thomas Paine, intituled Rights of Man, Part the First and Second, than from any other author or subject.
Side cii - Legislature in the act it is doing — " that this Convention, " considering the calamitous consequences of any act " of the Legislature, which may tend to deprive the " whole or any part of the people of their undoubted " right to meet, either by themselves or by delegation, " to discuss any matter relative to their common in...
Side ccviii - Kingdoms, who have for their object a full and effectual reprefentation of the people; they therefore have deputed fix of their Members to meet fix Members of the Society for Conftitutional Information, to form a Committee of Correfpondence and co-operation : this Committee meets regularly twice a week at No.
Side cxxi - Considering, as we do, that the want of knowledge and information in the general mass of the people has exposed them to numberless impositions and abuses...
Side 89 - Rhine, have, notwithftanding the advantages recently obtained by the enemy in that quarter, proved highly beneficial to the common caufe.